Folded to Chris Brammer in the small blind, he raised it up to 1,350. Aaron Potter was in the big blind and made the call, prompting the dealer to spread out a flop. Brammer led for 1,600 here and with a call from Potter, the dealer flipped over a on the turn.
When both players checked the turn, a would complete the board on the river. This time Brammer would bet 3,600 and Potter would go deep into tank. Almost two minutes passed before Potter made the call. As soon as Potter's chips hit the felt, Brammer had flung his cards into the muck. The dealer said that someone had to show their cards to win the pot and Potter tabled - strong enough regardless, as Brammer's cards were already lost in a sea of muck cards.